The West criticised India's decision to impose a ban on wheat exports after costs rose and a record-breaking heatwave damaged crops. However, India isn't the only country doing so after the Russia-Ukraine war broke out, which drove up food prices across the world
The attack comes four days after an ambush on the Sinai Peninsula claimed by the Islamic State group killed 11 Egyptian soldiers, the military's highest loss of life in years
Egypt is looking to import 1 million tonne of wheat from India and would need 2,40,000 tonne in April
It was Priyangka Devi's first-ever goal for the Blue Tigresses against 95th ranked Egypt.
Explained: Egypt's Salah targeted with lasers during World Cup play-off — what's the controversy all about
As Egypt captain Salah stepped up to take a penalty in the penalty shootout against Senegal, his face was painted green with laser beams being flashed on his face by the Senegal fans from the stands via laser pointers. He ended up blazing his kick over the crossbar.
In comments to his team in a video published by Egypt's ministry of youth and sports, the Liverpool forward said how proud he was of the team, "whether I'm here or not".
The matches will be played in Jordan on 5 April (against Egypt) and 8 April (against Jordan).
'Give us this day our daily bread': How the Russia-Ukraine conflict could leave Middle East, north Africa starving
While Ukraine accounts for 12 per cent of the world's total wheat exports, Russia is responsible for more than 20 per cent of global wheat production. Experts fear the conflict could hamper Ukrainians from planting wheat, while sanctions imposed by the West will prevent Moscow from selling its produce
If the war is prolonged, countries that rely on affordable wheat exports from Ukraine could face shortages starting in July, International Grains Council director Arnaud Petit said
AFCON 2021: Senegal beat Egypt on penalties for first title, Sadio Mane named Player of the tournament
Senegal's celebrations followed a disappointing final, the fifth in the last 11 editions of the tournament to be decided in a shoot-out after a goalless draw.
Salah, usually the fifth penalty-taker for his country, was not needed as Egypt advance to a final showdown against Senegal back at the Olembe Stadium on Sunday.
AFCON 2021: Egypt and Senegal into semis; stadium where 8 died in crush confirmed as venue for final
The disaster happened prior to last Monday's last-16 tie between hosts Cameroon and the Comoros, when supporters were caught in a crush at the south entrance gate of the stadium
AFCON 2021: Salah’s decisive penalty helps Egypt advance to quarters as organisers shift two matches in Cameroon
The Liverpool star smashed home his spot-kick with the Ivory Coast's Eric Bailly the only player to miss in the shoot-out in Douala, which Egypt won 5-4 after the last-16 tie finished goalless at the end of extra time.
The United Nations Development Program says it worked with the local private sector to remove some 2.5 million metric tons of rubble left behind from wars in 2009, 2012 and 2014
A native of Mansoura city, Aya Youssef was filmed belly-dancing by a colleague without her permission when she went on a trip for some teachers on the Nile cruise in Cairo
Kelechi Iheanacho scored the only goal on 30 minutes as Nigeria overcame lacklustre Egypt 1-0.
'You are from SRK's country': Egyptian travel agent makes booking for Indian professor without payment
Ashwini Deshpande, an Economics professor from Ashoka University recently took to social media to recount her experience while booking a trip, when things worked out in her favour due to Shah Rukh Khan’s reputation
Egyptologists had earlier speculated that the priests unwrapped the pharaoh’s body to steal ornaments or to reuse royal burial equipment
Egypt's Sisi plans to build new capital east of Cairo: Here's what you need to know about the new administrative capital
An opulent presidential palace, a brand new parliament, a regal opera house and spacious parks are all part of the vision for a New Administrative Capital (NAC) rising up out of the Egyptian desert.
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